When there is such a big differential between a player's wings, he can at best be a very good player, not a man for all seasons. Berrettini pulled the trigger twice on his primary weapon, his FH, and the ball came back. Missed the 3rd FH. There have been many others with similar issues. Some, like Federer, overcame that weakness by making the weaker wing more reliable. Others like Del Potro have struggled. Of course, that man had other problems as well. But even healthy, didn't win much.
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